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In this blog post I’ll try to cover most of the important aspects of importing from China and other countries outside the EU. In general, importing means that you’re buying goods from a supplier outside your country.However, in my examples I won’t be counting European Union countries as goods can be freely moved across the EU without paying extra import duty or VAT.As a general rule of thumb, the bigger your order, the lower ‘per item’ shipping costs you’ll face.There’s no point in importing one pair of unbranded shoes from China as the shipping costs will be far more than the cost of the product itself.Here are the 4 most popular shipping methods you can use to import goods from China: 1) Regular Post. Usually, you will only use regular post for samples and again ONLY if time is not that important and you can afford to wait a few weeks for a package to arrive.This means normal, regular China Post which can take up to 6 weeks to arrive. China Post is not the most reliable system so be prepared for lost/stolen packages.For most of you, China and the United States will be the top two countries to import from, so let’s cover them in detail.
These days most courier shipments take just 3-5 business days to arrive in any Western country from anywhere around the globe.Again, the easiest way to keep these costs under control is by using a freight forwarding company.You can ask them to quote for door-to-door delivery which includes all the fees associated with Sea Freight shipping.Many of you will choose to import goods from abroad (outside the European Union).If and when you do, it’s essential to fully understand how importing works; what extra costs are involved, time frames for delivery etc.
With Air Freight you’ll usually have to handle documentation and customs clearance on your own (unlike with courier companies), which for many newbies may seem impractical.